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Ravens’ GM Would be Happy if Ray Rice Got Another Chance

While the Baltimore Ravens have made it clear they have no intention of signing players with a background of domestic violence, general manager Ozzie Newsome expressed that he would like to see running back Ray Rice receive another chance to play in the NFL (via The Baltimore Sun). I don’t know what 31 other teams are thinking, I think we’ll find out probably before April whether...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice makes statement apologizing and thanking Baltimore

Last year on February 15th, Ray Rice’s life would change forever. On that day, he was arrested on assault charges after an altercation at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City. Shocking video of the altercation emerged and the much talked about investigation into the altercation began. In July, Rice was then suspended by the NFL for two games but after another video emerged, the Ravens...
Via This Given Sunday
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice issues statement, thanks city of Baltimore, Ravens organization

It’s an ugly event in his life that Ray Rice would rather soon forget, but Sunday, Feb. 15 will mark the one-year anniversary of the incident that not only derailed the former Baltimore Ravens’ pro football career but later culminated in a public relations disaster that served as an utter embarrassment to the NFL due...Read More The post Ray Rice issues statement, thanks city...
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Ray Rice reportedly gets $1M offer from fantasy football site

Ray Rice reportedly has an offer in hand, though it doesn’t entail an NFL return.     Rice received a $1 million contract offer from a fantasy football website hoping to sign the former Baltimore Ravens running back as a spokesperson, according to TMZ Sports. The offer from reportedly is for a one-year job that pays a $500,000 base salary and includes another...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL is Teflon: Ratings soar despite nightmare year off-field

Ed Note: This post appears courtesy Ed Sherman and the National Sports Journalism Center. Back in September, I did a column in this space wondering about the fallout for the NFL in the wake of the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson cases. I thought it could cause the NFL to lose its grip on the public. I wrote: “The events of last week revealed the NFL isn’t Teflon. The league...
Via Awful Announcing
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Janay Rice: Ray Rice is ‘best husband in the world’

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his wife Janay are working through their marital issues. That is their business, but if you think Janay calling Ray the “best husband in the world” is overkill, you certainly aren’t alone. Janay celebrated her 27th birthday on Wednesday, and Ray surprised her with a custom birthday...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Investigator: 'No evidence' NFL saw Ray Rice video before public

For now, at least, the NFL’s hole hasn’t been dug any deeper. While there is no defending the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice incident, the league avoided the most damning allegation, according to the conclusions of a report filed Thursday. Former FBI director Robert Mueller, who was hired to investigate the league’s handling of the matter, found “no evidence” the league...
January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Ravens head of security charged with sex offense

The Baltimore Ravens’ senior director of security, Darren L. Sanders, was charged with committing a sex offense on Tuesday night, according to The Baltimore Sun. Police obtained a summons for Darren I. Sanders, the team’s senior director of security and a former Baltimore police homicide detective, on a charge of fourth-degree sex offense stemming from allegations lodged Dec...
Via The Sports Daily
December 31, 2014  |  Discuss

New video of Ray Rice incident emerges

This might not be as damning as the video TMZ released earlier this year that showed former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking his now wife, Janay Rice, unconscious in a casino elevator. That original video led to the Ravens releasing Rice and the NFL suspending him indefinitely. It’s also set into motion a series of events that has since placed the National Football...
Via Sportsnaut
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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